When Jesus says, “Many will say to me…” just how ‘many’ will it be?

By Elizabeth Prata Jesus doesn't just give comforts and ease in His sermons. He healed, yes. He promised rest and peace for the repentant, yes. But He also issued dire warnings to the unsaved, the hypocrite, the haughty sinner and so on. He said twice in Matthew 7 that 'many' will not get to heaven. …

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Why we are not “Easter Worshipers” and why it matters

By Elizabeth Prata Words matter. The words we choose to use form a basis for discourse, in teaching, and through the exchanging of ideas in a civil society. I've said this many times, but when a group in one culture decides to dispense with or change the meaning of words the rest of us have …

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Petra, Jordan, and God’s Mighty Love

By Elizabeth Prata This essay first appeared on The End Time in July 2010. It has been lightly edited. Jordan and Israel's relationship during the Tribulation is an interesting one. In researching, I learned that Egypt and Jordan are the only two Arab nations to have normalized relations with Israel. Jordan's peace treaty with Israel …

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